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saturday, free for now. lindsay lohan released if a los angeles jail cell. a live report on what's next for that troubled starlet. jail cell, i mean. >>> bomb scare. a plane forced to make an emergency landing in sweden. >>> on the run. bank robbers pull off a dramatic heist and they get away. sounds a lot like a movie plot, but this crime is very real. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm alex witt. welcome to msnbc saturday. a judge sentenced her to 30 days in jail for failing a drug test, but lindsay lohan is a free woman this morning. the 24-year-old was released from jail overnight. kristen welker is in hollywood outside of lohan's home. why was lohan let out so soon. that wasn't the case when we all were leaving for work yesterday. >> reporter: that's certainly true, alex. lindsay lohan was let out early because a superior court judge overturned a ruling passed down earlier in the day by a judge in beverly hills. i want to give you a chronology of what happened. first thing yesterday morning lindsay lohan appeared in court on a bench water hearing because she had violated her probation
officers, and they should be held to account. >>> well, troubled actress lindsay lohan doing an about face deciding not to cry over spilled milk and dropping her megalawsuit after a controversial super-bold tv spot got her all fired up. wait until you hear how this one turned out. remember she sued e-trade claiming that baby in the commercial was based on her? got a verdict for you there. >>> plus, securing our force is serious business, and the l.a. county sheriff's department got some new high-tech tools to handle that job. we'll update you. interesting grooming. thanks. i got the idearom general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills make getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. megyn: well, it's case dismissed in a kelly's court verdict. lindsay lohan dropping her lawsuit against e-trade. remember this commercial made famous during the super bowl? >> taken care of, wolf style. ow! >> and that milkaholic lindsay
] with xerox, you're ready for real business. jenna: lindsay lohan ordered to appear in a beverly hills courtroom again this week on friday. the fox 411 in our newsroom. say it ain't so. >> reporter: yeah, her fate lies with judge eld done fox. i'll decide whether she gets more jail time for reportedly failing two drug tests while on probation. we talked with legal experts who think the judge will sent her back to the klink for 45 days. and this it's likely she will have to serve her sentence immediately. he could send her back to inch patient rehab or do nothing at all. one of her friends tells fox 411 that she is doing great but she is too under the microscope and have friends that sell her out. others tell us lindh deis in deep denial and does drugs because she is board. an insider said when lindsey got out of rehab last month she had good intentions but then all of her so-called friends were doing drugs around her and she slipped. our source spotted her looking pretty out of it at a club recently and says she is still blaming others and really needs to surround herself with positive
live to an event with lindsay gramm of south carolina. he has just returned from afghanistan serving as legal adviser. he will talk about the war in counterterrorism strategy. this is live coverage on c-span from the american enterprise institute. >> he has served the state of south carolina in the u.s. senate since 2003. it was called to active duty in the first gulf war and continues to serve in the reserve. he recently returned from reserve duty in afghanistan. and i hope he will talk to us a little bit about that as well. he is one of the most articulate national security advisers in the united states and and has been outspoken in support of our troops, their mission, and the importance of understanding what is at stake in the war on terror. he has condemned the news on practice of setting arbitrary deadlines for troop drawdowns in said it would be a mistake to leave iraq while maintaining a military presence. earlier this year it redkey introduced a reform act. to talk about that bill, afghanistan, and anything else he would like to talk about, let me welcome senator lindsay gra
lindsay gramm of south carolina on the afghanistan war and counterterrorism strategy. he is a colonel in the air force reserves and just returned from afghanistan where he served as legal advisor. this 1.5 our discussion is from the american enterprise institute. >> -- >> ladies and gentlemen -- ladies and gentlemen, if i can ask you all to be seated and end your conversations, please. we would like to get started on time. it is not that i am not grateful that you are having a very nice time. good afternoon, everybody. welcome to the american enterprise institute. welcome to the american enterprise institute. i am the vice-president for foreign and defense policy studies. thanks a for joining us today. we are very proud to have senator lindsey graham here today. he will give a short talk this morning or this afternoon which will be followed by a session of "q&a" with the audience. after that, we will do a short and sweet roundtable, something we have not done in the past. no set piece presentations. i am pleased that we are able to have senator graham ought back here. he haseally giv
of heavy rainfall. lindsay lohan back in jail. a judge throwing the book at the actress for failing a drug test. she is going to jail without bail until her next court appearance next month. back now to our top story. dramatic testimony from a current department of justice attorney. after 12 months almost of being ordered to ignore subpoenas, longtime doj attorney christopher coates today defied orders from his boss and made powerful and stunning allegations, offering evidence and a firsthand account that race and politics are driving decisions at the department of justice about which laws get enforced, and which do not. here is just a sampling of some of the back and forth between attorney coates and the commissioners. >> in the reluctance to enforce race neutral laws against minorities is it your opinion that we're talking about afro americans, or are we saying that hispanics, native-americans, asians, that you would feel there would be a reluctance even to move forward on those types of cases. >> i think that the philosophy that some people have that the voting rights act was intended t
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